It still freaks me out that the same Paul W.S. Anderson directed Event Horizon as well as churning out the crap that has been his last several films. Thankfully, he has nothing to do with this, but can ya blame me for randomly smacking him around? Ahem ... Anyway, we have a look at the poster for the latest sci-fi/horror mash-up Pandorum for ya!
What's with all the movies about people accidentally killing other people lately? Hit and Run, The Red Mist, etc. Good thing for us accidental death usually leads to some form of bloody revenge, and that's exactly what happens in director Tim McCann's The Poker Club.
The latest slasher flick from Dimension Extreme, Dead in 3 Days (review), hits stores this week and it's a winner. To celebrate we have a nice and gooey exclusive clip for you to dig on!
Canada’s inventive new take on the zombie genre, Pontypool, will be celebrating its East Coast premiere at the famous Museum of Modern Art located at 11 West 53rd Street in New York City. The first screening will be held Thursday, March 19th, at 6:15 p.m. with a second showing on Saturday, March 21st, at 8:45 p.m.
The Philadelphia Film Festival/CineFest 09 is offering up lots of genre film goodies for horror fans this spring during its Danger After Dark series.
This time out Rick revisits an old, dear friend. Long Live the Old Flesh!
Ok, we showed you "The Boys" webisode here so now it's time to bring on those sexy, and toothy, lezzies! YAY! Hey, there could be worse ways to buy the farm.
The Kaiju, or giant monster, movies out of Japan have long been fodder for many a fan's amusement. There's just nothing like seeing a guy in a rubber suit stomp a building. With Gehara, director Kiyotaka Taguchi is out to prove that there's nothing like seeing a gut in a hairy rubber suit stomp a building.
Curious as to what it's like on the set of Adam Green's Frozen? Man, do we have something tasty for you guys.
**UPDATED: Clive Barker's Book of Blood review is now online. With The Midnight Meat Train and Dread getting all the Barker love nowadays, one has to wonder whatever happened to John Harrison's Book of Blood adaptation from last fall. Time for a status check!
Interesting developments coming out of Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 shoot in Georgia. Apparently the original Young Michael, Daeg Faerch, may indeed be out of the role this time around.
Well, it looks like a bit of a Superman Returns reunion on the set of the upcoming graphic novel flick Dead of Night.
Few horror films this year have had as much positive buzz as Sam Raimi's return to our genre, Drag Me To Hell. A lot of folks are saying that it's a true return to form and could be as close as we'll ever get to Evil Dead 4. Well, if you can make it to the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, then you'll have your chance to judge for yourself.
Now this is a new one: An Australian cricket-themed horror/comedy. It's called I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer, and if you live Down Under, you have a chance to catch its premiere on Thursday, March 26, 2009, as part of A Night of Horror International Film Festival.
"I've been slimed!" Ever since those words were uttered in Ghostbusters, the public by and large became very familiar with all things ecto-plasmic. We've also come to realize that ecto-plasm makes everything better ... Including movie posters.